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End AIDS by 2030? Not at This Rate.

July 23, 2014 | by Ralf Jürgens
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How Police Can Arrest the Spread of HIV

July 18, 2014 | by Sanjay Patil

A People’s Court, Live and On the Air in Nigeria

June 10, 2014 | by Udo Jude Ilo

Open Society Voices

The Myth of Self-Inflicted HIV Infection

December 3, 2013 | by Daniel Wolfe
Why is it so easy to portray injection drug users who get HIV as the cause of their own or other’s infections?

For Europeans with Disabilities, a Move Toward Inclusion

December 3, 2013 | by Ines Bulic
For the first time, the European Parliament has adopted rules to ensure its investments support community-based services for people with disabilities.

A Chance for Europe to Stand Up for Justice over CIA Torture

December 2, 2013 | by Amrit Singh
The European Court of Human Rights has a chance to deliver justice in relation to the CIA’s torture program, underlining the failure of institutions in the United States to do the same.

Equality Under Pressure: Challenging Ethnic Profiling by Dutch Police

November 28, 2013 | by Gerbrig Klos, Rebekah Delsol
Sidney Mutueel is a chief inspector in the Dutch police. He has been a police officer for over twenty three years. Yet when he is off duty, he gets stopped and checked by the police. Why? Because he is black.
Grantee Spotlight

When Storytelling Makes a Difference between Pain and Peace

November 25, 2013 | by Anastasia Bezverkha
A group in Ukraine is pushing for pain relief and other treatment by encouraging patients to stand up and tell their stories.

Key Issues in the U.S.–Afghan Bilateral Security Agreement

November 24, 2013 | by Christopher Rogers
The United States and Afghanistan agreed on the terms for an extended U.S. military presence in Afghanistan after 2014, but many questions remain unanswered.

In Angola, a Brutal Silencing of Dissent

November 23, 2013 | by Elias Isaac
The savage murder of two activists indicates the high level of political intolerance on the part of Angola's ruling party.

Testing the Transformative Power of the European Union

November 22, 2013 | by Viorel Ursu
The EU offers its eastern neighbors incentives for democratic reform. Why is it that some countries have demonstrated progress, while others have remained mostly immune to the EU’s leverage?

Destroying the Wall to Get Rid of the Graffiti

November 22, 2013 | by Darian Pavli
Diego Garcia Sayan, president of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, errs in endorsing stricter controls on online comments.

Rein in the Drug War, Leaders Say

November 22, 2013 | by David Holiday, Kasia Malinowska-Sempruch
Bold new approaches to drug policy and criminal justice took center stage at a meeting of security ministers in Latin America.